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Dizzy, Tingling, Chest Pain

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  • Posted By: stacky
  • May 10, 2007
  • 08:36 PM

November 15th woke up extreme chest pain, hard to breath, called 911. All of my vitals looked good, but continue to have health issues since. I am extremely dizzy after eating and mild dizzyness in between. Elivated IGA results, but not positive for Celaic. Foggy headed, Pain in chest. Hiatal hernia discovered, negative CT Scan, Negative Brain MRI, good hearing test. I am currently taking 2 Omemprazol a day for stomach acid and xanax when dizzy spells hit. Also taking Ambian to help me sleep. I am doing physical therapy 2 times per week to help with swelling in fingers (unknown) and muscle tention from being sick. It seems to all happen after eating and comes in waves. Very irratible also and ears have been plugged on and off. I am at a loss and frustrated as I work for one of the leading medical laboratorys in the country but cant get a diagnosis. Please help if you have any ideas. (I tried Paxil and Celexa and nothing helped). Feels GI'ish....

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